WINCO's Terrace Doors Offer Sky-High Views of the City
AMLI Fountain Place is a new iconic architectural treasure that has its"origins" in the 1980s. Designed by Page Architects, the new skyscraper was designed to be a "sister" building to its breathtaking IM Pei-designed neighbor, Fountain Place. The original design called for twin buildings at Fountain Place, however, because of the oil crisis and economic decline at the time, the "twin" was never built.
Until now. The new AMLI skyscraper features a carefully selected green glass façade which is similar to that used in the original Fountain Place and gives a nod to the architecture of the original building, without being an exact replica.
Each apartment will offer spectacular views of the Dallas skyline, made possible by WINCO Window Company's NC82 Terrace glass doors. The high-performance doors are designed to withstand wind and weather in the 46-story building. The bold black Kynar finish frames the views, which are enhanced by the building's unique 45-degree rotation at the 10th story. This rotation provides views of another famed architect's work — Santiago Calatrava's noted Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. At 46 stories, AMLI Fountain Place is one of the tallest buildings in downtown Dallas.
AMLI Residential, Inc.
Archer Western Construction
WIN-CON Enterprises, Inc.